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Re: Sluggo

>Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 20:15:10 -0500 (CDT)
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>To: aroid-owner@cissus.mobot.org
>Subject: Re: Sluggo
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>Subject: Re: Sluggo
>> "Product:  Sluggo, an organic compound controls slugs and snails.  The
>> active ingredient is phosphate, a plant nutrient.  Sluggo won't harm pets
>> and wildlife and can be used on vegetables, ornamentals, groundcovers, and
>> more.
>>   I know nothing of this product.  I am presenting it for the information
>> of those who may want to try something different.
>I want to add my endorsement of SLUGGO!  Very effective product.
>It's never harmed any plant I've spread it around, and slugs and
>snails just disappear.  Also very nice to know I don't have to
>worry about my dog and cat in a treated area.
>For a few weeks, the granules/pellets are somewhat unsightly,
>but then they simply fade away.
>The least expensive source I've found (and there is a
>BIG difference in pricing on this product around the net)
>is Peaceful Valley Farm Supply in California at
>Sluggo Snail And Slug Bait (2.5 Lb)         3.00 lbs  $14.95
>Sluggo Snail And Slug Bait (25 Lb Bag)  28.00 lbs  $49.95
>Sluggo Snail And Slug Bait (50 Lb Bag)  55.00 lbs  $99.95
>         @. .@               kitt@kaboodle.com
>          (\- -/)         Scenic Calhoun Georgia USA...
>        (.>__<.)        .....it's not near anything
>        ^^^   ^^^
>He who can laugh at himself has an endless source of amusement

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